Japanese Knotweed – latest cases

Williams v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd The Williams case was successful at trial and is already considered a landmark case. Network Rail appealed and the High Court accepted that it was important enough to justify leapfrogging it straight to the Court...

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Changes to debt recovery process

At some point in time, it is likely that all businesses are owed a debt in some form or another. For most people, the thought of having a County Court Judgment taken out against them is enough to pay the sums that they owe. But, for some people this threat is still...

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Knotweed Battle Against Environment Agency Takes Root

JMP Solicitors is representing property owners from a North London road who are claiming that the Environment Agency was careless in its treatment of an infestation of Japanese Knotweed in a brook behind their homes, causing the value of their houses to...

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Getting access to your grandchildren – what can you do?

We have been asked several times what rights do grandparents have when they have been denied access to their grandchildren?   No rights…but… Grandparents do not have an automatic right to contact in law. Only people with parental responsibility have such a...

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Neil appointed Fellow of Legal Body

Neil McKinley, solicitor at Grantham’s JMP Solicitors, has been made a Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). There are only 129 Fellows in in total across the country so it is a pretty prestigious honour.   Fellowship has been...

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When disaster strikes : Force Majure

Terms and Conditions, everyone has seen them, but hardly any of us have to rely on them until something has gone wrong!   Every established business or company should have a strong set of Terms and Conditions in use for their client base or trading partners. It is the...

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Where is your weakest link?

The recent NAO report on the NHS cyber attack in May this year highlights how even the biggest organisations rely on small details.   According to Amyas Morse, head of the National Audit Office, on 27 October 2017; “The WannaCry cyber-attack had potentially serious...

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